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IN THE CURRENT EDITION:

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UNITED KINGDOM

 

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Cat’s new set of sharper teeth - Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover dethrones Porsche as most profitable prestige carmaker 
 
> China’s still booming luxury car market lifts Jaguar Land Rover into record orbit


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INDIA

Datsun Go Production ChinaTaste of Nano?
Not exactly a flying start from Nissan’s new Datsun GO 
 
> World Cup fails to put kick into Brazil’s car showroom spending


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INDIA

Tata Nano India colours India’s car motor spluttering back to life
Hard-pressed carmakers, after suffering double-digit dip in home sales last year, treated this year to a first nugget of good news 
 
> India’s Tata biggest domestic casualty of turmoil by far


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GERMANY / DIESELS AID EXCLUSIVE

Maserati grill fron GenevaMore than half the Maseratis sold in Germany so far this year are diesels
Gunning for the Porsche Panamera in Europe made it imperative for Maserati to also offer diesel 
 
> SUV craze big prop for diesels


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WESTERN EUROPE / DIESELS AID EXCLUSIVE

Diesel fuel pump AID Newsletter graphicDiesels still humming along nicely
Wasn’t Europe supposed to be a dying market for diesel cars?  
 
> Few of today’s German car buyers are yet tempted by hybrids


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EDITORIAL  FULL ARTICLE 

China Crisis - Can there, ever, be too much of a good thing?
"China, for all those capable of participating in its prestige sector car bonanza with notable sales numbers has clearly ranked as a licence to print money. This has not escaped the attention of China’s antitrust officers, who decided that China’s prestige sector oligopoly merits closer scrutiny."
 
> China’s flying automotive dragon shows precious few signs of losing altitude

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NEW PRODUCT

Daimler Mercedes-Benz steel pistons diesel engineHeart of steel
Diesel piston technology for latest diesel engines moves full circle
 
> Opel/Vauxhall rolls out brand-new Euro 6 diesel


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WESTERN EUROPE AID EXCLUSIVE

VW flags 2013Volkswagen No 1 in Europe, safety in numbers
AID’s exclusive survey of notable winners and losers in July’s bloody West European car sales wars  
 
> First hurrah for Opel’s determined comeback?


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WESTERN EUROPE AID EXCLUSIVE

VW production work Zwickau GermanyWest Europe’s July new car sales grow for 11th time in a row
New car sales in July were 5 per cent higher than a year ago and have now risen for eleven successive months, AID compiled figures reveal  
 
> Europe sees 10th good car sales gain in a row – June up 3.8%


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GERMANY

BMW profits Q2 running manCatch me if you can – BMW is flexing its muscles
Great strength, healthy ongoing growth and stellar premium-sector leading 11.7% 2nd quarter margin 
 
> STOCK MARKET VIEW | BMW expected to continue hot profit streak


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NORWAY / ELECTRIC AID EXCLUSIVE

VW e-Golf plug-in PEVEvery second electric car sold in Norway this July came from VW
Volkswagen’s newly landed e-Golf was Norway’s top-selling electric car in July
 
> Most BMW i3s in Germany equipped with range-extender


  DATA TABLES AND GRAPHS INCLUDED WITH THIS ISSUE
> WESTERN EUROPE DIESEL CAR Sales  
 

By country 6-months 2014 v 6-months 2013

> WESTERN EUROPE Car Sales  
 

By country July 2014 v July 2013
By country 7-months 2014 v 7-months 2013

> WESTERN EUROPE Car Sales  
 

By manufacturer and marque July 2014 v July 2013
By manufacturer and marque 7-months 2014 v 7-months 2013


IN THE PREVIOUS EDITION:


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GERMANY

Mercedes Daimler Q2 profits S-Class coupeRicher mix lifts Mercedes Q2 car profits more than a third to €1.4bn
Mercedes-Benz Cars hasn’t missed a beat since the beginning of this year
 
> Mercedes starts new year with a bang


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  WORLD CAR SALES SUPPLEMENT 2014

 

Q2 Car Sales Supplement
World Car Sales Supplement only available to full subscribers
West European Car Sales First Half Sales Trends


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REPORTS

 
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WEST EUROPEAN CAR MARKET STUDY
March
2013 car sales study detailing car sales & production in 2012/11/10 plus forecast to 2018/2017
INCLUDES 2012 ELECTRIC AND HYBRID SALES
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BRICT PASSENGER CAR MARKET STUDY
November
2012 car sales study detailing BRICT markets car sales & production in 2011/10 plus forecast to 2017
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